conveyed, past participle; conveyed, past tense; conveying, present participle; conveys, 3rd person singular present;
Transport or carry to a place
pipes were laid to convey water to the house
Make (an idea, impression, or feeling) known or understandable to someone
the real virtues and diversity of America had never been conveyed in the movies
it's impossible to convey how lost I felt
Communicate (a message or information)
Mr. Harvey and his daughter have asked me to convey their very kind regards
Transfer the title to (property)
make known; pass on, of information; "She conveyed the message to me"
carry: serve as a means for expressing something; "The painting of Mary carries motherly love"; "His voice carried a lot of anger"
transfer to another; "communicate a disease"
transmit a title or property
impart: transmit or serve as the medium for transmission; "Sound carries well over water"; "The airwaves carry the sound"; "Many metals conduct heat"
bring: take something or somebody with oneself somewhere; "Bring me the box from the other room"; "Take these letters to the boss"; "This brings me to the main point"
(Conveyance (horse)) Conveyance (foaled 2007 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse who is currently contending in the Triple Crown series. He is by leading stallion Indian Charlie and out of the broodmare Emptythetill, herself a daughter of American Horse of the Year Holy Bull. ...
To transport; to carry; to take from one place to another; To communicate; to make known; to portray; To transfer legal rights (to)
(Conveyance) The term used to describe the process of transferring the seller’s title to the buyer and indicates all the necessary steps to complete the transfer. A conveyancing lawyer is a lawyer (or notary) responsible for the conveyance process (this is normally the buyer’s lawyer).
(Conveyance) A written contract between the grantor and grantee, used to transfer title or rights to real estate or property. Typical conveyances include oil, gas and mineral leases; assignments; deeds and rights of way.
(Conveyance) A term used to refer to any document that transfers title to real property. The term is also used in describing the act of transferring.
(Conveyance) Most commonly refers to the transfer of title to property between parties by deed. The term may also include most of the instruments by which an interest in real estate is created, mortgaged or assigned.
(Conveyance) A measure of the carrying capacity of a stream or channel. (4) See Water Conveyance Structure.
(Conveyance) a deed which transfers freehold land which is unregistered.
(Conveyance) The transfer of deed, lease or mortgage.
(CONVEYANCE) The document that transfers the land ownership usually where the title is changing.
(CONVEYANCE) The transfer of ownership of property from the seller’s name to the buyer's name.
(Conveyance) The process of transferring title or some interest in real estate to a new owner.
(CONVEYANCE) Includes and refers to every assignment, lease, mortgage, or encumbrance.
(CONVEYANCE) the granting of real property to another party.
(Conveyance [back to top]) A written agreement used for the transfer of mortgage, charges, or leases etc.
(Conveyance) A claim presented by a defendant in opposition to or deduction from the claim of the plaintiff.
(Conveyance) A transport that can carry only one occupant: the operator. This does not include riding beasts. A pennyfarthing or rocketpack come under this category.
(Conveyance) An assurance of property, by deed (other than a will), passing an estate or interest in land held under Common Law (Old System) title, but can have a wider application to land transactions generally, hence conveyancing.
(Conveyance) Any vehicle, aircraft or water-borne craft or any other device that is used to move persons or goods.